COLUMBUS, OH – Earlier today, the Zonta Club of Columbus recognized their 2019 Outstanding Young Women (OYW) award recipients at a reception and ceremony at the Worthington Hills Country Club. Alexis Mahan, a 2014 Top 12 Outstanding Young Woman finalist gave an inspirational keynote address to the award recipients, family members, school officials and Zonta members in attendance. The 12 women honored were selected based on their excellence in academics, leadership, and service to their school an...
To create a world in which men and women have equal opportunities,
women need to have an active role in technology and technological developments. Zonta International is pleased to offer its new Zonta International Women in Technology Scholarship to encourage women to pursue education, career opportunities and leadership roles in technology.
Women pursuing an information technology (IT) degree or closely related program, who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field, are eligible to apply.
Though our neighborhoods are comprised largely of women and children, they are also the population’s most likely to be affected by poor living conditions. Women Build provides the opportunity for women to take a proactive step in serving their communities.
Volunteers work under the guidance of construction professionals, and also alongside other volunteers and future Habitat homeowners, no prior experience is necessary. Women helping women sends a positive and powerful message.
Julie Didinger is our Jane M. Klausman Women In Business scholarship winner. Julie is currently completing her Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business and Finance at Otterbein University.
In high school, Julie was involved in community organizations including The American Red Cross, Business Professionals of America and Youth Philanthropy Initiative; all while being the President of National Honor Society, Class President, and President of Student Council.
From Cathy Harper Lee - Executive Director of Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center:
February 5, 2018, is the effective date of Marsy’s Law in Ohio. The day is a celebration and recognition of the victims’ rights movement in Ohio and throughout the nation. Ohio is the sixth state to pass Marsy’s Law. The constitutional amendment was necessary. Although some jurisdictions protected crime victims’ rights, others did not.
November 7, 2017, Ohio voters passed Marsy’s Law with a record breaking 83% show of...